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Page 76 text:
Packet survives ti crises,
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continues printing news
Early this year there was a serious question about
the future of the Packet, our school newspaper. Ad-
vanced Graphics, which normally prints the paper, was
dropped because of budget. No printer. A mad sub-
scription campaign resulted in funds to pay a printer.
Printed once each month, the regular Packet com-
bined with a mimeographed weekly Penny Packet
iworkshop paper of Journalism I studentsl to keep the
student body informed of local school activities, and to
train students in iournalistic tradition, writing layout.
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PACKET STAFF ifirst semestert. Sitting: Marc Maurus, Bev Gaabo, Pat
Nelson, Vicki Rodde, Brian Lively. Standing: Mrs. Stetter, Penny Penning-
ton, Chuck Murphy, Dianne Ellward, Tom Ward, Lyle Dechert, Lee
Huntley, Charlene Hartman, and Lynn Dodds.
PACKET STAFF isecond semesterl. Front row: Kathy Lloyd, Sue Chopp,
Darlene Vitale, Linda Nowlin, Chris Hench, Janice Barr, Candy Jen-
nings, Terry Belle Ormiston. Second row: Gloria Vernon, Nancy Leist,
Lin Sanford, Sue Ryan, Janis Gibson, Debi Ottman, Isabelle Campbell,
Gerry VanTassel, Carole DePetro, Shaun Westphall. Back row: Mrs.
Stetter, Mike Taylor, Frank Rekieta, Mark Richardson, Dave Smith,
Steve Mitchell, Don Murray, Gary Varty, Randy Roush.
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Page 75 text:
One of the cumbersome events of the evening was the pinning of the
boutonniere. Steve Kuhlman fabovei assisted Debbie Wilson with her
honor. Maybe not President of the United States, but close enough for
him, Bob Rogalski Ueftj and First Lady Diane DeSanto reigned during
the evening. Quenching their thirst with punch and their appetites with
cookies were some of the guests at the 1969 Presidential Ball.
President, First Lady reign
at seventh annual ball
It was "red roses for a first lady" as the Student
Council sponsored its seventh annual Presidential Ball.
Acting as master of ceremonies, Mr. Graves presented
the traditional plaque and roses to President Bob Ro-
galski and his First Lady, Diane DeSanto. Other mem-
bers ot the court included Sophomores Rob Hollings-
worth, Mark Lehto, Juniors Cathy Roth, Jeff Kind, Jim
Kosteva, and Seniors Bunnie Dollins, Carol Opland,
Music for the dance was provided by The Enter-
tainers. The versatile five-piece band played slow music
as well as a "little bit of soul" to liven things up. Red,
white, and blue decorations accented a patriotic theme.
Even crutches couldn't stop Tom Martin from enioying himself with his
"first lady" Joanne LaBelle, and friends Chuck Ritter, Pat Bennett.
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Now hear this! Mrs. Stetter and Editor Bev Gumbo Kleftl
gave Packet staff instructions. One day the stat? said thank you
to Mrs. Sietter with c rose. Staff artist Tom Ward Kbelawj
sketched mod posters for sales.
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